5 Ways Cleveland Browns can win Super Bowl 54
1. Baker rises to superstardom
Right now, Baker Mayfield is arguably the biggest star in the city of Cleveland. He’s made it cool to be a member of the Browns again as he has more charisma than any quarterback that’s worn the orange and brown since they returned to the NFL in 1999.
Even with just one season in the NFL, he’s already been featured on late-night talk shows, a Kevin Hart comedy special, and even did an amazing skit with Cooper Manning poking fun at his rookie season which was aired during the FOX NFC Championship pregame show.
As great as it is for the Browns to have someone marketable off the field (and it is a great thing for them) it’s even more important that Mayfield becomes just as big of a star on the field. After one season, he’s well on his way.
Baker already proved he belongs as he topped Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson for the most touchdown passes by a rookie. Both those players went on to have great careers, and each of them even won a Super Bowl — with Manning actually winning two.
Should Mayfield continue to follow in their footsteps, he too can one day hoist the coveted Lombardi Trophy. He has the tools around him, he just needs to take his play to the next level and start to elevate those around him.
Things in Cleveland are looking up finally, and while there are a lot of variables in them winning it all, none are more important than the play of No. 6.